The heir of a condom empire and the glamorous daughter of one of the country’s richest men are among the super-wealthy younger generation flying under the radar in Australia.
Daily Mail Australia has rounded up the second generation of the nation’s money makers who have emulated their wealthy parents in the business world.
Ellie, 24, has followed her father Ian Malouf, who sold his waste management company Dial A Dump for $577million in 2018, into his yacht-charter business.
Ellie is the head of charter for Ahoy Club – dubbed the Airbnb for super yacht owners – after her father’s sale landed him at 188 in last year’s Australia’s Richest 250 list.
Ellie Malouf (left) is the daughter of Dial A Dump founder Ian Malouf (right) – who sold his waste management company for $577million in 2018
Lisa Seskin (pictured) – the daughter of retail tycoon Hilton Seskin – has forged a successful career of her own in the fashion industry
Michael Porter (right), the son of Four Seasons Condoms director Graham Porter, was due to marry his partner Billy Mitchell in Italy this year before the coronavirus pandemic struck
Michael Porter has carried on his family’s esteemed name by becoming the sales and marketing director of the Porters’ medical supplies business
The family’s fleet include a $40million super yacht called Mischief, with charter prices ranging from $32,000 to $3.2million for a one-week hire.
Michael Porter, the son of Four Seasons Condoms director Graham Porter, is another business heir to have thrown themselves into the family business.
Michael is the sales and marketing director of his family’s medical supplies business.
The business heir was due to marry his partner Billy Mitchell this year in Italy’s Lake Como before coronavirus travel restrictions forced them to postpone until 2021, according to The Sydney Morning Herald.
Lisa and Justin Seskin
The offspring of retail magnate Hilton Seskin, who founded Glue Store and part-owned Rebel Sport in the 1990s, have meanwhile have forged successful entrepreneurial careers of their own.
Lisa Seskin last year launched her own shoe business LMS on the back of earning a business degree from the University of Technology Sydney.
Lisa Seskin and her brother Justin pictured with their father Hilton Seskin – who part-owned Rebel Sports in the 1990s and founded Glue Store
Lisa Seskin has launched her own shoe business LMS – with the company name representing her full name Lisa Mandy Seskin
Ellie (pictured) is the head of charter for her father’s company Ahoy Club – dubbed the Airbnb for super yacht owners
Her brother Justin is the general manager at high-end eyewear company Carolina Lemke Berlin.
‘I’ve lived and breathed fashion for as long as I can remember,’ Lisa Seskin told The Daily Telegraph in 2019.
‘I guess being exposed to so much from such a young age, it really gave me the drive to take risks and back myself. I feel like I was born a retailer.’
Their father brought Topshop, Topman and JD Sports to the Australian market.
Stephanie and Angus Onisforou
Twins Stephanie and Angus Onisforou are the children of Sydney’s millionaire property investor and retail tycoon Theo Onisforou and ex-wife Heidi.
Twins Stephanie and Angus Onisforou, 18, are the children of Sydney’s millionaire property investor and retail tycoon Theo Onisforou and ex-wife Heidi
Stephanie was last year running the Instagram account of her father’s fashion company The Intersection Paddington – even modelling in clothing herself.
She has also co-founded the Cafe de la Fontaine in Potts Point – with her younger sister Emerald seen serving customers at the popular dining spot in March.
Her twin brother Angus – who is studying business and law at the University of Technology Sydney – has also appeared in the social media feed.
In December 2018, the twin siblings launched ‘Intersection Twins’ – a re-branding of their father’s company.
Stephanie is the daughter of Bill Malouf – considered to be one of Sydney’s most powerful estate agents.
While she hasn’t pursued success in the same industry as her father, she has founded nutrition practice Stephanie Malouf Nutrition.
She has also had her plans for a luxury European wedding postponed because of the coronavirus – having been due to tie the knot with Cronulla restaurant owner Daniel Sorridimi.
Stephanie Malouf (pictured) – the daughter of powerful real estate agent Bill Malouf – has forged her own path in the nutrition business
Aussie Home Loans heiress Deborah Symond O’Neil pictured enjoying her baby shower in Sydney in February
Deborah Symond O’Neil
The Aussie Home Loans heiress is the daughter of Australian financier John Symond and is the owner of high-end leisurewear label Mode Sportif.
She tied the knot with Ned O’Neil in 2018 on Hamilton Island – who runs the Rose Bay Marina in Sydney’s ritzy eastern suburbs.
The couple welcomed their first child, a baby boy they named Beau, in February.
Ned’s father Denis O’Neil is a super yacht broker and owns the marina.